One Suspect Surrenders In Case Of Millville Football Player Found Dead, Second Man Still On The Lam
MILLVILLE, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey state police say a man sought in the slaying of a former Millville High School football star has surrendered to authorities, but a second suspect remains on the lam.
Sgt. Julian Castellanos says 19-year-old Boris Curwin of Millville was being held Saturday in the Cape May County Jail on $1 million cash bail. Curwin had earlier turned himself in at the state police station in Woodbine.
Curwin and 27-year-old Andre Gross of Millville both face several charges—including murder and kidnapping—in the death of 19-year-old Khalil Wallace. His body was found Thursday in a lake in Downe Township, Cumberland County.
Wallace was last seen Sept. 20, when he climbed into a van in Woodbine after buying a bag of chips at a nearby store.
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